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Moorage Program and Locations
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission has the largest state-managed mooring system in the nation,
with more than 40 marine parks and more than 8,500 feet of public moorage space for your enjoyment of Washington's
waterways. Your marine parks show off the best of Puget Sound and give you plenty of diverse activities: hiking scenic
island paths, watching forest critters, exploring old forts, examining fossils, fishing, clamming, crabbing and just
Fees are charged year round for mooring at docks, floats and buoys from 1 p.m. to 8 a.m. The daily fee is 60 cents
per foot, with a minimum of $12 (effective March 1, 2012). Moorage buoys are $12 a night (effective March 1, 2012).
You may save money by purchasing an
Annual Moorage Permit, which is valid from Jan. 1 through Dec. 31.
For more information about moorage locations, you can use either the maps or the list of parks shown below.
Use either map or the text listing below to find more information about moorage locations.